After the Treasury Department rolled out its Home Affordable Modification Principal (HAMP) reduction program in October 2010, it didn’t take long to figure out the incentive payments to investors were not high enough to encourage a high level of participation.

New figures released this week show that Treasury paid participating mortgage holders and investors $42 million in incentive payments for principal reductions totaling $4.68 billion as of April 30.

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